How to Survive a Zombie Epidemic
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- Gabriel Koenig
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- 2004-11-29 22:06:25
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Subject: wrong movie
Subject: Just a few things.
The next thing is that you want to kill a bitten person right away. You save them suffering and you save yourself. You may not find it in you though and will want to try an alternative method. Either amputate the limb or cut off circulation to it unless it's on or near the main body. Should they show any signs of sickness then your only alternative is disconnecting their head.
Should you find yourself trapped you want to make sure you have a way out not another room where you can't escape from (As mentioned by the Black guy in NoTLD). It only takes one zombie and if your cornered you're setting yourself up for it. Again, you can run a lot faster than zombies. (Ditch your car and grab a bike if possible. If not then you should still ditch your car.)
Other than those few things the video is good. Nicely presented, good use of reference, mentioned staying calm, mentioned staying away from openings, mentioned ways of dispursing zombies (Not all accurate though.), mentioned listening to your authorities for advice, mentioned shooting them in the head, mentioned the reasons why you shouldn't take refuge in your car, and managed to put it all in a short, witty video.
Subject: That ROCKED !!!!
Subject: Well Above Average!
Subject: Very well thought out and implemented.
Subject: Applied Creativity = Excellent
My life would be less fulfilled if I hadn't seen this piece of insanity. Hurrah :)
Subject: Get off the tracks!!
This is a neat Mystery Science Theatre-esque film that reminds me of watching a lead character in a film being chased down by a train and not responding to my yells of "get off the tracks!!"
Subject: A low-carb approach...
Koenig's comedy is far better than the serious 1990 remake. We encourage him to continue to make this type of parody from the Archives.
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